We have been learning about the Weather in Rm 5 and what a week we’ve had. We recorded our weather each day and watched as we had lovely sunny rays to a puddle the size of a swimming pool in our yard.… Read More
On Friday, Mouse came into Room 9 and the other 5th classes. He explained to us about different kinds of animals and most about HEDGEHOGS! We all think that hedgehogs might hurt us or KILL US but that is not true.… Read More
On Friday the 13th of October, two ladies named Ann Garvey and Nuala Reilly came to our class.They told us about the traveller’s way of life and showed us lots of wonderful pictures. We really enjoyed their visit and learned lots of interesting facts.… Read More
Last week was Science Week and all of us in room 4 became scientist for the week to carried out a some cool experiments.
Firstly, we have been learning about sound during our science lessons lately so we made our own musical instruments!… Read More
Before the Halloween Break, an animator & author named Alan Nolan came into our class to do an animation workshop. He’s a very funny author and likes to tell funny stories. He told us how to draw the main character in his latest book, “Conor’s Caveman”.… Read More
A new group called the ‘The Student Techies’ was started by Mr. Campbell. There were only a few pupils picked. We are all delighted to be ‘Student Techies’. We get to work on the laptops and computers and post things on the school website.… Read More
At the end of October, 6th class were lucky enough to go on a retreat to Glendalough. We split into two groups. Rm 13, Rm 15 and Rm 16 went one day, and the following day our class went with Rm 17, Rm 18 and Rm 18a.… Read More
A couple of weeks ago our class visited the Natural History Museum on Merrion St. in the city centre. Room 18 came with us. The museum is full of interesting exhibits. It is also known as the Dead Zoo. One of the highlights was a huge whale skeleton that is hanging from the ceiling.… Read More
We know that we’re a couple of weeks late but we really wanted to show everyone our Halloween art. We are currently busy creating lots of Winter Art, so keep an eye on the website!
A lot of pupils in St. Thomas’ Senior National School use Scratch.
Scratch is a free educational programming language that was developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with over 8 million registered users and 10 million shared projects.… Read More